Bevo seems to be conveying the message of “Nobody is sitting next to Cash without my permission. And I’m not feeling like giving up my seat at the moment.”
Cash is feeling much, much better, thanks in part to the love, kisses, and cuddling from his BFF, Bevo
And few things seem to make this kid happier than dogs. The bigger the better, it seems.
This is a wonderful post from the Archdiocese of Washington: Scripture says little about dogs and when it does it is never flattering. —————- No, strangely, I cannot find one Scripture that speaks well of dogs. —————- And yet, they have been a great gift to me. Such loyalty, such unconditional “love.” There may have [...]
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What the interwebs doesn’t need right now is one more political pundit trying to figure out WTF we’re supposed to do about this BFD (let’s just win the Senate and Presidency in November and repeal the entire shitsandwich). Instead, what the internetz need now is more cute doggies and babies.
Nearly perfect Texas winter day here in the hill country — just a nudge over 70 degrees, sunny skies, and just a light breeze. So after work this afternoon, my lovely wife and I took the boys out behind the house for our daily walk.
Dogs were meant to hunt (and eat) rabbits. All part of the natural order of things. So I let him have at it.
But now, at 11 months old, he’s up to about 125 lbs (yeah…these Danes grow like weeds on crack) and is an amazingly happy and loveable member of our pack.
Greg at Rhymes a Right, a damned fine Texas blogger and occasional commenter here at Urbangrounds has written a heart-touching and tear-inducing post on the loss of his faithful dog and their final drive together to the vet.